liberally[ lib-er-uhl, lib-ruhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF liberally
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIBERALLY
After him came Weary, liberally applying quirt and mild invective.
The owners of the ship, too, had done all they could, liberally.
I have been, as the phrase is, liberally educated, and am fit for nothing.
Of our living poets, Longfellow has been most liberally paid.
Be liberal, Christian; you can afford to treat her liberally.
His agents were men who required to be dealt with liberally.
The doctor had felt encouraged with his experiment and treated him liberally.
Seeing that he was reading the Rappel, I conversed “liberally.”
"I don't care for his looks, but I should like his tips," Miriam liberally smiled.
Of all the great and rich men of whom we are aware, none gave as liberally as did he.